Cuc Phuong National Park is located in Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh, and Thanh Hoa Provinces. This is the oldest national park in Vietnam that makes it a must to see when it comes to ecotourism, nature reserves, and national parks. The Site has the irreplaceable importance with limestone karst landscapes, culture, biodiversity, and remarkable achievements. […]

Nui Chua National Park (also named “Rung Kho Ninh Hai”, “Rung Kho Phan Rang”, or “Rung Kho Han Nui Chua”) is located in Ninh Thuan Province, in the coastal area of south-central Vietnam. This protected zone is known for evergreen forest and natural highlights of mountains, streams, and beaches that make up beautiful sceneries for […]

Kalon Song Mao Nature Reserve is located in Binh Thuan Province, Vietnam. This protected area owns spectacular landscape for sightseeing and an ideal setting for trekking all seasons. Visitors will be pleased to get immersed in the evergreen forest and roam around the scenic canopy dominated by species of the Fabaceae, Fagaceae, Dipterocarpaceae, and Sapindaceae […]

Bu Gia Map National Park is located in Binh Phuoc Province, in southeastern Vietnam. This protected park is a green ecotourism site and safe home to the forest, birds, and mammals. Also, the place is known as the significant historical base during the wartime. The forest inside the Park helps avoid soil erosion and protect […]

Ta Kou Nature Reserve is located in Binh Thuan Province, in the south-central of Vietnam. This protected area has been made a well-known Vietnam tourist destination included in most tours to Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan. The place preserves primitive forests and green landscapes that attract visitors. Scientific Information about Ta Kou Nature Reserve Ta Kou […]

San Chim Bac Lieu Nature Reserve is located in Bac Lieu Province, in the Mekong Delta region. This Site has been known as an attractive bird sanctuary in which various species of birds call home. “Wild, pristine, and scenic,” the San Chim offers ideal settings for mingling with Nature, refreshing, and appreciating the natural charm. […]